Sale: Memflex-15cm Super Comfort Coolmax Memory Foam 500 Mattress @Bedworld-from £149 - HotUKDeals
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15cm Super comfort Coolmax Memory 500 Mattress is another mattress using the amazing technology of memory foam with a 15cm depth and thick luxurious layers of memory foam with a zip-off removable Coolmax cover and comes vacuum packed.
*/60kg/m3 Density Superior Memory foam */No turn mattress *Easy care - zip off Coolmax cover. */Hypo-allergenic *Anti-microbial*Inhibits bacteria */Available in all UK sizes. */FREE NEXT DAY DELIVERY.
Single: was £399.95 now £149// Double: was £799.95 now £199// King size: was £499.95 now £249// Super Kingsize: £299
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#1
Too thin to be much use imho but not going to vote on it.
#2
Voted hot- great saving, as good as the Ikea foam ones and now even cheaper. Just got a new bed when we moved 3 months ago (ikea foam) but otherwise i'd be buying...
#3
Are these any good?
#4
foolsgold99
Are these any good?

The one I got from Ikea is the most comfortable mattress i've ever used. They keep their shape, have a 25 yr guarantee, and are especially good for allergy sufferers (brilliant if you live with a snorer!). Note that the density of the mattress material means that it is thinner than a typical sprung mattress, so 15cm is loads of comfort and a good night's sleep.
#5
billyX
The one I got from Ikea is the most comfortable mattress i've ever used. They keep their shape, have a 25 yr guarantee, and are especially good for allergy sufferers (brilliant if you live with a snorer!). Note that the density of the mattress material means that it is thinner than a typical sprung mattress, so 15cm is loads of comfort and a good night's sleep.

But only 4cm of that is actually memory foam, the rest is cheap PU. So if you're a lightweight person it 'may' be ok but the recommended minimum is 2" (5cm) to 3" (7.5cm). At the last Ideal Home Show I tested some mega expensive MF matresses with low height MF and they were quite frankly c**p. In the end I bought one with a 3" MF content from an ebay seller and it was loads better. Cost a lot less than the 'oh so brilliant and expensive' Silent Night POS that I bought 2 years before:x
#6
Shengis
Too thin to be much use imho but not going to vote on it.

pm mate
#7
bellamy_47
pm mate

Replied, check the link I sent:thumbsup:
#8
Shengis
Replied, check the link I sent:thumbsup:

cheers :thumbsup:
#9
how much are the ones from IKEA? thanks for the replies. I don't know whether it's worth going for this or not?
#10
Shengis, what link?
#11
foolsgold99
Shengis, what link?

It was for an Ebay item (now finished), same seller I bought mine from : 290153701531.

Not that I generally recommend Ebay sellers as a lot of them are rip off scum, but I had no problems with this one at all:thumbsup:
#12
Thanks Shengis. I'm dubious about ebay though. whats IKEA's like. Anyone?
#13
foolsgold99
Thanks Shengis. I'm dubious about ebay though. whats IKEA's like. Anyone?

Forestad is the one I got, was priced at £140 (it's a massive bed- almost square!) but it went through the till at £120 for some reason. The top layer is memory foam, I don't think having a massive amount of memory foam on the top layer would make the mattress feel that different. We didn't have a budget, just spent half an hour trying out the foam mattresses and picked the one we liked best.
Anyway, I weigh 13 stone and my gf weighs about 8, the mattress suits us both fine. As Shengis suggests, if you weigh a fair bit it's probably a different story when buying a mattress, but for this average weight bloke, i'm well happy with it. At least with Ikea you can pop in and try the mattress, with ebay you'd better be pretty sure what you're buying is what you really want, not many sellers would want to have a mattress returned!
#14
foolsgold99
Thanks Shengis. I'm dubious about ebay though. whats IKEA's like. Anyone?

Just noticed they now sell direct. Worth having a look on their site to see what you can get for your money. As for the Ikea ones i'd be more drawn towards the FURUDAL:thumbsup:

Onlinesalesdirect.

Ikea Furudal.
#15
thanks for the pointers. It's much appreciated
#16
Are these like tempur?
#17
Just a word of caution when buying an Ikea mattresse. :)

If the bed frame is not from Ikea do check if the mattress will fit. When we tried to buy a new mattress for an old double bed frame, we couldn't get one from Ikea because of their sizing.
#18
palspal
Just a word of caution when buying an Ikea mattresse. :)

If the bed frame is not from Ikea do check if the mattress will fit. When we tried to buy a new mattress for an old double bed frame, we couldn't get one from Ikea because of their sizing.

Yep, repeatedly told me about five times that it wouldn't fit a standard double frame, I think previous returns have meant that staff now check multiple times that you know you have to get one of their frames.

All in all, good beds unless you're a bit of a porker then! Who's been taking too much advantage of the food deals on here then :p
#19
Great post but only free delivery if you live in England, no way I would pay £70 Postage (I live in DD location) Voted warm.
#20
Shengis your a Superstar!

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